Home; Inula crithmoides. Inula crithmoides. Summary; Photos; Maps; Habitats; Life Form; Distribution; Conservation Status; Other Accounts; References. Inula crithmoides L., a common halophyte from the coast of Lebanon was evaluated for use in saline agriculture. The plant is traditionally consumed in Lebanon. Learn more about the Golden samphire – with amazing Golden samphire photos and facts on Arkive.

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Long and narrow with parallel margins. Rodents of Unusual Size. If you have sufficient seed, it is worthwhile trying a sowing in situ in the spring or the autumn. January Mean Temperature Celsius: Information, uses and other details. X Close Image credit. The plant is self-fertile.

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Phyllaries are pale green and have a pointed end. They are cylindrical rarely also flattenedglabrous and have an entire outline, although sometimes they have 3 small teeth at their tip. There are many fables about the origin of this name. Share on Facebook Tweet Send email. The relative importance of I. Its distribution is stable, with most losses from outlying squares having occurred in the 19th century. Only applies for rare plants. Mean yield value for plants grown at 20 dS m-1 reached The resemblance is based on the leaves becasue the flowers of the rock samphire are completely different.


Upright, vertically straight up well clear off the ground. LMBCR Close up photo of fruit showing detail of the receptacle on the left and of the achenes right which consist of a light-brown seed with a bristly pappus having a beige colour.

Ecology A perennial herb of two distinct types of habitat. The style splits in two conspicuous dull-yellow stigmas at the top. The flowers are self-fertile able to pollinate themselves and may also be pollinated by beesflies and beetles.

More support is needed [ read more ] Nomenclature. The species is hermaphrodite has both male and female organs and is pollinated by Bees, flies, beetles. The corolla usually consists betweenbright yellow ray florets or ‘petals’ that are strap-shaped and have 3 teeth tiny teeth at the tip. It also occurs on the gravels of an accreting foreshore.

Often flowers show up with unsymmetrical crithmoidfs where some are shorter from other petals, not evenly spaced, or overlapping each other. Each floret is a tube with a star-shaped opening from which a single style protrudes out.

The fleshy leaves and young shoots are pickled and used as a relish in salads etc[2, 66,]. The plant needs to be watered frequently and given some salt occasionally[37]. The plant can tolerate maritime exposure.

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Seedlings are common in open bare areas near adult plants. Common main stem is partially, or sometimes, totally covered by the branches.

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July Mean Temperature Celsius: Inula crithmoides – L. Please view the copyright link for more information. Each phyllary is completely green, pointed at the apex and glabrous. The radiating achenes are attached to a common receptacle and when mature they detach and get dispersed by wind.

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LMBCR Scanned image of fruit and some of its achenes which are about 5mm long 2mm seed, 3mm pappus. Fruit are found in collective numbers attached to a common receptacle. Trends This species is much better recorded now than in the Atlas.

Imula this salinity, crude protein content averaged We are currently updating this section. Leaves are numerous and often seen curved upright to take a vertically erect position. You can unsubscribe at anytime. By using this site, you agree to the Terms crithmoieds Use and Privacy Policy.